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John_Cillis

Love flying out of SLC

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The climbout from SLC, as the Wasatch Mountains fade in the distance and the salt flats and basin and range scenery begins to extend before the ever curious pilot, is wonderful to see, every time, especially with photoreal scenery....

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John: Your home-made scenery (I know you have a few MSEs, but, I don't see MSE tag here, so. I think, UTAH is not one of them)...is really catching up (or even exceeding) PW photoscenery in realism...the hilly contours, here, look very nice indeed!

[BTW, congratulations, on reaching 10k,...🙂...And, I don't mean altitude-level in our virtual flights....]

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8 minutes ago, P_7878 said:

John: Your home-made scenery (I know you have a few MSEs, but, I don't see MSE tag here, so. I think, UTAH is not one of them)...is really catching up (or even exceeding) PW photoscenery in realism...the hilly contours, here, look very nice indeed!

[BTW, congratulations, on reaching 10k,...🙂...And, I don't mean altitude-level in our virtual flights....]

Wow, I did not realize but I still feel that number is pumped up a bit, there is no way I could have posted that much.  If I have, I must be like the dude in the old movie "The Girl, The Gold Watch and Everything", my favorite movie about manipulation of time since we cannot travel back in time, it would create a time paradox, or pair of ducks?  Now I realize that humans evolved from birds, lol......

Also, this is Xplane11 scenery, I have Utah to Cali covered in Ortho now in Xplane11, my Xplane11 and P3D Photoscenery nearly match each other in coverage.

John

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